"While I was there I became a parent and that event caused me to reconsider the importance of Africa for my children and their children, so that’s when I really started to think about returning to the African continent and doing something that would help with economic development," he explained.
He said he found Ghana’s educational system relied too much on learning things by heart and not spending sufficient time on building up critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
"I felt that if I could get engaged in education and really focus on developing ethical compassionate leaders - that would have a significant long-term impact in this country," he added. (via BBC News - African Dream: Ghana’s Patrick Awuah)

"While I was there I became a parent and that event caused me to reconsider the importance of Africa for my children and their children, so that’s when I really started to think about returning to the African continent and doing something that would help with economic development," he explained.

He said he found Ghana’s educational system relied too much on learning things by heart and not spending sufficient time on building up critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

"I felt that if I could get engaged in education and really focus on developing ethical compassionate leaders - that would have a significant long-term impact in this country," he added. (via BBC News - African Dream: Ghana’s Patrick Awuah)

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